WaBA/LCPI Mixer 2019
The Future of Transport is the Future of Cities
The Washington Business Alliance, Low Carbon Prosperity Institute, and the Port of Seattle invite you to attend an environmental and transportation mixer on Wednesday, April 10th at 6:00pm at the Port of Seattle Headquarters, 2711 Alaskan Way, Seattle – Pier 69.
The future of transportation is the future of our city, you’ll hear the latest developments in carbon policy, transportation and hear an update on what the Port of Seattle is doing in leading environmental and transportation resolutions from Port Commissioner Fred Felleman. Also, LCPI contract lobbyist Isaac Kastama will be available to an answer your questions about the legislative session and share updates on priority legislation, such as the 100% Clean Electricity Bill (SB5116).
This community event is an opportunity for you to network and develop collaborative relationships with Washington’s vibrant business, sustainability, and government communities.
Your ticket includes an evening of ideation, comfort food from “That Brown Girl Cooks’, and premium, wine & beer.
Transit options download Ride2Transit for King County public Transit options.
Carpool with your friends & colleagues & download the Hytch app to share your ride and find out how many trees you saved and your carbon footprint offset.
Parking: Bell St Garage is located on the streets of Wall and Elliott.
Fred Felleman, Port of Seattle Positions 5 Commissioner:
Commissioner Felleman has been a conservation leader protecting the Pacific Northwest’s marine environment through research, photography, and advocacy for over three decades. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan and his Master of Science degree in Fisheries Biology from the University of Washington where he studied the feeding ecology of Southern Resident killer whales. Ultimately Fred is committed to elevating the profile of the Port so the public can better appreciate the diverse economic opportunities the Port offers the region.